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This message was originally posted by Nobody/Anonymous on 06/25/2006 06:13:14
Hello,
I installed the k3d \"all in one package\" for Windows.
When I open k3d all the letters are changed in
squares.All the letters are gone.
Not readable at all.
How can I change that?
Hennie

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This message was originally posted by Timothy M. Shead on 06/25/2006 07:23:10
Not sure what you’re getting-at exactly - could you add a bug to the bug tracker and attach a screen capture?
Many thanks,
Tim Shead

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This message was originally posted by Timothy M. Shead on 06/27/2006 08:42:34
Just so you aren’t left hanging - I received your mailing-list post, it’s much too large to forward to the rest of the list, but I’ll find a place to post your screenshots.
In the meantime, are you using a locale other than the default English?
Cheers,
Tim

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This message was originally posted by Nobody/Anonymous on 07/01/2006 02:51:24
I downloaded \"k3d-all-in-one-setup-0.5.12.0.exe\",
the default English language I suppose.
I clicked on install setup on language English.
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This message was originally posted by Timothy M. Shead on 07/03/2006 23:16:47
Try setting the environment variable \"LANG\" to \"C\", then run K-3D and let us know what happens.
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This message was originally posted by Nobody/Anonymous on 07/05/2006 08:42:03
Where can I find that variable?
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This message was originally posted by Timothy M. Shead on 07/05/2006 17:57:55
It’s an environment variable - the procedure to setup environment variables varies between different versions of windows - it should be in the windows help somewhere.
Cheers,
Tim

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